Graduates across America prepare to proudly march in their graduation ceremonies in a show of determination, perseverance and accomplishment. Graduating classes everywhere, dressed in satiny robes, with a tasseled hat atop their heads will proudly accept their diplomas, degrees and certificates shortly before tossing their caps in the air, never to be worn again. What happens to all these robes and caps once Commencement is … Continue reading Ten Great Ways to Reuse or Repurpose Your Graduation Cap and Gown
Exam season is stressful at best for most, and maddening at worst for some. How many hours should you study? Which subjects should you study for first, or most? There are so many questions students ask themselves during this time – and not all of them are related to studying. Preparing for exams isn’t just about study – it’s also about planning and self-care. Here … Continue reading Exam Hacks: the Best Ways to Prepare for Your Finals
Release date: August 18th 2015 Publisher: Atria Purchase: Amazon | B&N Synopsis via Goodreads: From the USA TODAY bestselling author of Sweet Thing and Nowhere But Here comes a love story about a Craigslist “missed connection” post that gives two people a second chance at love fifteen years after they were separated in New York City. To the Green-eyed Lovebird: We met fifteen years ago, … Continue reading Book Review: “Before We Were Strangers” by Renée Carlino
Series: Rusk University #1 Release date: May 13th 2014 Publisher: William Morrow Purchase: Amazon Synopsis via Goodreads: New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Cora Carmack follows up her trio of hits—Losing It, Faking It, and Finding It—with this thrilling first novel in an explosive series bursting with the Texas flavor, edge, and steamy romance of Friday Night Lights. In Texas, two things are cherished above all else—football and … Continue reading Book Review: “All Lined Up” by Cora Carmack
Dear Most Companies,
I am writing you this open letter to express my disgust at most of your hiring practices. It has come to my attention through past experience, and scouring multiple job boards that your concerns are only rooted in your organization. You have perfected this art through capitalizing on the hard labor of your unpaid interns, in essence maximizing your bottom line without spending zilch.